IM-FLT Series 2012-13

IM-FLT Series 2012-13
5 STAR
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AIR CONDITIONERS
The unit displayed is for representational purposes only. Actual unit may vary.
Dear customer
Congratulation on buying ONIDA Air Conditioner.
Your Air Conditioner comes with ONIDA Guarantee of Quality
as detailed in the manual.
ONIDA takes great pride in providing its customers with stateof-the-art products that adheres to international quality
standards.
ONIDA is committed to following quality policy laid by our
chairman and managing director Mr. G. L. Mirchandani.
“We are committed to quality and strive for continuous
improvement through innovation and human development to
give customer better value for money always”
ONIDA stands committed to provide the ultimate customer
satisfaction, as nothing brings us greater joy than having
satisfied customers of ONIDA.
At ONIDA, feedback and suggestions based on your product
usage experience is greatly appreciated.
Please contact to us at response@onida.com
G. Sundar
Chief Executive Officer
IMPORTANT :
Please read this owner’s manual carefully and thoroughly
before installing and operating your room air conditioners.
Please retain this owner’s manual for future reference after
reading it thoroughly.
CONTENTS
Salient Features
1
Inside Overview
2
Indoor Unit Display
3
Remote Overview
4
Operations
5
General Instructions for Installation
10
Installation Sketch
13
Installation of Model
14
Take care of your Air Conditioner
17
Precautions to be taken
18
Trouble Shooting
19
Installation and Satisfaction Report
21
Warranty Terms & Conditions
23
Preventive Maintenance Service Coupon
25
Warranty Card(Customer Copy)
27
Warranty Card(service Centre Copy)
29
List of service centre no.s in India
31
SALIENT FEATURES
0.8T / 1.0T / 1.5T / 2.0T Split Air Conditioner
Model Code: S09FLT-N3 / S12FLT-N3 /
5 STAR
S18FLT-N3 / S24FLT-N3 / S09FLT-N4 /
S12FLT-N4 / S18FLT-N4 / S24FLT-N4 /
S12FLT-N6 / S18FLT-N6
• Aesthetics:a) Unique Power Flat Panel
• Performance:a) Imported High BTU Compressor
b) Trapezoidal Inner Grooved Tube
c) Large L-Shaped Condenser Coil
d) High Technology 5 Star / 3 Star / 2 Star Energy Efficient.
• Features:a) Vertical Swing
b) Turbo
c) i-Cool
d) Auto-Restart
• Safety & Reliability:a) Gold Fins
b) Full Function LCD Remote
c) 5-Stage Epoxy Polyester Painting
d) Rugged Construction With Thicker Gauge Steel
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INSIDE OVERVIEW
INDOOR UNIT DISPLAY
Display on the indoor unit.
n
INDOOR UNIT
For the icon of LED windows, only relevant icons will light up with their displays on.
Return Warm Air In
Display
Front Panel
i-Cool indicator
Cool indicator
MODE
Running indicator
H.SWING V.SWING
FAN
TIMER
SLEEP
TURBO
LOCK
I-COOL
Conditioned Air Out
Remote Controller
n
OUTDOOR UNIT
Air in
Connection
pipe and
connecting wire
Temperature display
Cool Indicator
Running Indicator
cool
i-Cool Indicator
Exhaust Air
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3
OPERATIONS
REMOTE OVERVIEW
Operating Your Air Conditioner:
Your Split Air Conditioner can be conveniently operated using the intelligent cordless
remote control.
1.
Switch on the MCB.
Press ON/OFF button on remote handset to switch ON the AC.
Your AC switches on with parameters that were set before power was switched
off. The unit receives the signal with "BEEP" tone and your AC starts operation.
Time Delay: To protect the compressor, a time delay is incorporated in the circuit.
The Time Delay ensures that the compressor switches ON only after a delay of about 3
minutes.
HORIZONTAL SWING
2.
Press the Auto, Cool, Dry, or Fan mode by pressing “MODE" button.
VERTICAL SWING
MODE
3.
H.SWING V.SWING
SLEEP
FAN
TIMER
SLEEP
TURBO
LOCK
i-COOL
Press the "FAN” button to set the fan speed.
Each press changes the fan speed from
Auto-High-Med-Low Fan speed.
i-COOL
The selected fan setting symbol can be
seen on the LCD.
LOCK / UNLOCK
4.
The Set Temp. is displayed on LCD.
5.
To switch off the AC, press the
same ON/OFF Button.
Setting the Desired Room Temp.:
RESET
You can set the temp. at which you would like your room to be.
CLOCK *
Press " " button to increase the set temp. On every press, the temp. increases by 1 OC.
Press "
BACK VIEW
1.
Open back cover and put 2 Nos. AAA size alkaline batteries.
2.
Short one RESET piece after changing the batteries.
3.
The remote signal can be reached up to six meters from the indoor unit.
4.
When the button is pressed on remote, indoor unit will “beep” once, indicating
the receipt of signal. If no “beep” sound is heard, press the button once again.
5.
Remove batteries if remote control has not been used for long time.
6.
“*” Available in selected models only.
" button to decrease the set temp. On every press, the temp. decreases by 1OC
The two digit display shows the changing set temp. on LCD
The setting temp. range is from 16- 32OC.
*Cooling capacity measured at High speed, as per IS 1391:1992 Part 2
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5
OPERATIONS
OPERATIONS
Your split AC operates in one of four modes, AUTO-COOL-DRY-FAN. The modes button
cyclically chooses between these operating modes.
The AUTO Mode :
The FAN Mode:
1. Press "MODE" button to cyclically step through the AUTO-COOL-DRY-FAN modes and
stop when AUTO mode is selected.
2.
2.
1. Press "MODE" button to cyclically step through the AUTO-COOL-DRY-FAN modes
and stop when FAN mode is selected.
In this mode, the fan speed can be changeable.
4.
Temperature can be pre-set in this mode, default temperature is 250C.
5.
In the AUTO mode, your AIR CONDITIONER "Thinks” for you.
4.
In this mode, you can change the Indoor FAN Speed.
You can program your split AC to switch itself ON or OFF at particular time.
Maximum set time is 24 hrs, with 1.0 hr increment .
In the cool mode, the compressor is in operation and your AC functions in the standard
operating mode, cooling your room to the desired set temp.
2.
In FAN mode, only Indoor FAN will run at set speed and Compressor & Outdoor Fan
will remain off. Temperature will be displayed on indoor unit as well as remote.
Temperature setting can be changed.
TIMER Operation:
The unit automatically and continuously monitors the difference between room temp.
and set temp. and adjusts the fan speed accordingly, to ensure maximum comfort.
The COOL mode:
1.
3.
symbol can be seen on the Remote panel when you select the AUTO mode.
3.
ON TIMER:
Press "MODE" button to cyclically step through the AUTO-COOL-DRY-FAN modes and
stop when cool mode is selected.
symbol can be seen on the Remote panel when you select the cool mode.
In this mode, you can change the temp. settings by pressing "
buttons.
" and “
symbol can be seen on the Remote panel when you select the FAN mode.
When the AC is "OFF" (in standby), press "TIMER" Button on remote to use this feature as
the TIMER. (make sure that MCB switch is "ON". The "TIMER" light on Indoor unit will
glow ON.
For EXAMPLE:
” temp.
Suppose you want to switch ON the AC after 8 hrs. Press "TIMER" button, when AC is in
OFF condition.
You can change the fan speed setting by pressing FAN button.
3.
If the Room temp. is more than the set temp., then the compressor & outdoor FAN will
remain ON and perform the Cooling operation. If the room temp. achieves the temp.
less than set temp., then the compressor & outdoor FAN will remain OFF.
The DRY Mode:
Press "TIMER" button to set ON timer. Display on Remote will show "8”.
OFF TIMER:
When the AC is "ON", press "TIMER" Button on remote to use this feature as
In the DRY mode, your AC reduces the humidity within the room faster.
the TIMER. The "TIMER" light on Indoor unit will glow ON.
1.
For EXAMPLE:
2.
Press "MODE" button to cyclically step through the AUTO-COOL-DRY-FAN modes and
stop when DRY mode is selected.
symbol can be seen on the Remote panel when you select the DRY mode.
Suppose you want to switch OFF the AC after 8 hrs. Press "TIMER" button, when AC is in
ON condition.
3.
In DRY mode, Temperature and FAN Speed cannot change. Default pre-set
temperature is 250C. Indoor FAN will run at low speed. Compressor & Outdoor Fan
work as per the Temperature difference.
Press "TIMER" button to set OFF timer. Display on Remote will show "8”.
4.
In this mode Horizontal swing is inactive, only Vertical swing is active.
If you want to cancel either TIMER ON or TIMER OFF, press the TIMER button till the
timer becomes blank.
CANCEL TIMER:
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OPERATIONS
OPERATIONS
Turbo MODE:
Pressing Turbo key on remote, remote will display symbol “
“ and activates the Turbo
function and air conditioner goes to powerful cooling. During this Mode temperature can be
changed and fan speed cannot be changed. In this mode the AC works on high fan speed.
Turbo mode will operational only in COOL mode. Press again Turbo button to cancel this
operation.
SWING Operation:
Your split AC has oscillating louvers for uniform cooling around your room.
You can stop the oscillation if you so desire.
Up/Down Air Direction Adjustment:
Press the “H.SWING” button to adjust the Air flow direction UP / Down for continuous
swing “ “ shows on remote LCD.
SLEEP Operation:
Press the “H.SWING” button Twice to keep louver at desired position, remote LCD
shows “ “.
To switch on Sleep operation, Press "SLEEP" button once on remote.
Remote display will shows the “
“ symbol. After setting sleep mode, 5 seconds after
display will be goes off. In this mode, Fan speed will be in Low Speed only. After selection of
SLEEP Mode if you press fan speed button, fan speed will change as per the selection unless
it will be in low speed only.
VERTICAL SWING Button:
To adjust the left/right air louver direction
press V.SWING button.
In cool mode, after Sleep mode is set, your AC increases the set temp. by 1OC for every hour
that it operates,
After 2 hours and after the increase in set temp. by 2OC your AC maintains the temp. at that
level without further increase.
To cancel the Sleep mode, keep press the "SLEEP" button again.
Emergency Operation Switch:
In case the batteries in the remote are worn out, or remote is faulty or missing, use
emergency operation switch (*) to ON/OFF AC.
In Emergency operation unit will run at preset temperature of 250C and in AUTO Mode.
LOCK Button: Press “LOCK” button to lock in all the current settings.
Remote display will shows the “
“ symbol. To release settings, press LOCK button again.
To access emergency switch, open the grill as
shown in the figure.
i-Cool:When you press i-cool button on remote,
cool
will be displayed on Indoor unit.
This mode is activated by pressing i-cool key on remote.
In this mode initially the AC start in special mode at super high speed designed to give
instant cooling and comfort. Compressor will start immediately in this mode. While AC is in
this mode temp, Fan Speed, Timer, Sleep keys are inactive and these parameters cannot be
changed.
To quit i-cool mode Press MODE or TURBO Button.
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9
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR
INSTALLATION
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR
INSTALLATION
Locating the Outdoor Unit
Locating the indoor and outdoor units
properly will help optimise the performance of
your airconditioner. While your Onida /
Dealer's Technician will be happy to guide you
on the best location for your airconditioner,
here are a few helpful hints.
The outdoor unit houses the compressor,
condenser fan and electrical components.
The heat removed from the room is expelled
to the atmosphere through the outdoor unit.
Locating the Indoor Unit
Once again, the Onida / dealer's Technician
will ensure optimal installation of the ODU for
you. However, the following information will
be of interest to you.
• Locate the IDU for the best cool air
circulation. Preferably, there should be
no obstructions nearby, as shown in the
adjacent figure.
• The Outdoor Unit can be mounted on a
wall, sunshade or skirting.
• Do not locate the unit directly opposite a
door which is opened frequently. The
cold air will go out of the room each time
the door is opened, as shown in the
adjacent figure.
• Ideally, the ODU should not be too
far a w a y f r o m t h e I D U ; t h e
recommended
distances are
marked in
the adjacent figure.
• Ensure that air can pass freely through
the
unit. Please allow at least 2 meters
free
space on the air outlet side, and 0.3
meters on the air inlet side.
• All indoor units will form condensate water.
Please ensure that the condensate can
be drained out of the room to a toilet /
pantry, etc. The installation engineer will
make sure that a "U" bend is provided in
the drain to prevent insects from coming
into the room through the drain tube, as
shown in the adjacent figure.
• If more than one ODU is to be installed,
they must be properly separated, so that
the warm air from the outlet of one does
not enter the inlet of the other.
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GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR
INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION SKETCH
• Avoid long and complicated routing
between the IDU and ODU, as
shown in the three adjacent figures.
3
15c
2
15cm abov
ml
e
eft
1
• Too long
• Too high
• Too many bends
15cm
• The ODU must be placed on strong
frame or support. If mounted on a
wall, please ensure that the wall is
thick enough and that the frame is
supported adequately.
Air F
ilter
S.No.
1
2
3
4
5
• Finally, it is most important for the
ODU to be easily accessible to the
service engineer. It is advisable to
discuss the same with the engineer
before deciding upon the location of
the unit.
After the location of the outdoor unit and
indoor unit is finalised, you must provide
a suitable electrical outlet near the
indoor unit.
Clip Anchor
Self-tapping Screw A ST3.9X25
Seal
Drain Joint
Additional drain pipe
6.35 (9000Btu/h, 12000Btu/h,
18000Btu/h Models)
Connecting Gas Side
Pipe
Gas Side
Assembly
Liquid Side
Gas Side
Parts you
must
Purchase
9.53 (9000Btu/h Model)
12.7 (12000Btu/h,18000Btu/h)
9.53 (24000 Btu/h Model)
15.88 (24000 Btu/h Model)
1
Remote Controller
60cm above
7
Q’ty
1
8
8
1
1
Name of Accessories
Installation Plate
Liquid Side
6
If the ODU is to be located on a high
ledge, adequate space must be
provided for the service engineer to
service the unit. It is a good idea to
provide a catwalk (a platform)
around the unit and access door /
window to the Unit.
Electrical outlet
right
A
To
O
DU
30c
mab
Wrapping tape
Air Outlet
ove
DU
O
To
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bov
ma
30c
Remote Controller
MCB
7
B
STABILISER
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bov
cma
200
60c
Loop the
connective
cable.
ma
MODE
12
bov
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C
H.SWING V.SWING
FAN
TIMER
SLEEP
TURBO
LOCK
i-COOL
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INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION
n Installation of indoor unit
n
INDOOR UNIT
1. Fitment of mounting plate
The mounting plate should be fitted on the structural part of wall on which indoor unit
is to be installed.
After putting the pipe assembly through
the wall, attach the indoor unit to the
mounting plate on the wall as shown in
the figure.
1 2(N) 3 4
n Installation of outdoor unit
2. Drill two holes at a distance of 450 mm between them for the expansion bolts.
150mm or more to ceiling
Installation plate
Indoor unit outline
90
45
Left rear side
refrigerant
pipe hole 65
45
45
293
120mm or more
to wall
120mm or more
to wall
1
2(N)
Right rear side
refrigerant
pipe hole 65
995
n
Drill on the wall
Confirm the position of holes and drill holes of diameter 65 mm on the wall
• The connecting cables must be clipped together.
180mm
• Special cable to be used to connect indoor unit and outdoor unit.
• The electric box cover must be mounted on its position on outdoor unit.
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10
n Connecting of pipes
Center of Hole(Ø65mm)
Insert Ruler
Align Ruler with straight line
n
Connecting of cables
1. Open the front panel
Terminal board
2. Dismantle the electric box cover
and fastener
3. Connect the cable
4. Reassemble the fastener and electric box
cover.
Pipe
Diameter of pipe
Torque (N • m)
Liquid pipe
Gas Pipe
Gas pipe
Liquid pipe
6.35 mm (0.8T, 1.0T & 1.5T)
9.52 mm (0.8T)
12.7 mm (1.0T & 1.5T)
9.52 mm (2.0T)
13.7--17.6
13.7--17.6
49.0--56.4
13.7--17.6
Gas pipe
16 mm (2.0T)
49.0--56.4
n Sealing the wall hole and clamping the pipe
Blue
Yellow-green
• Use putty to seal the wall hole.
Black
• Use pipe fastener to clamp the pipe on wall
Power connection wire
Fixing Hook
Gas side piping
air proof with putty
Finally wrap it
with tape
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Liquid side piping
Mounting Board
Gas side
piping insulation
Mounting Board
External connection
electric wire
Liquid side
piping insulation
Water
drainage
pipe
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INSTALLATION
n
TAKE CARE OF YOUR
AIR CONDITIONER
Discharge the air of the units:
It can used as vaccum pump.
Liquid closing valve
Liquid connecting pipe Cap
Remove screw cap of closing valve and
Allen Wrench
gas charging hole; Open the closing valve Gas closing
valve
with Allen wrench(turn 90 clockwise),
Gas connecting
pipe
then push the gas hole for about 10 seconds,
(When a gas like fog appears, it indicates
Screw Cap
that the air of unit has been discharged)
put back the screw cap of gas charging hole.
Gas
Charging
Do the leak test with leak detector or soap water.
Screw Cap
n
Hole
Add refrigerant
• If the connecting pipe is longer than 7 meters, add refrigerant as needed. Add
amount A= (Lm-7m) 15g/m.
(A: add refrigerant amount, L: the length of connecting pipe)
7
8
9
10
add amount (g)
0
15
30
45
• Lift the filters slightly upwards
• Add refrigerant with the spring balance, as specified above.
connecting pipe
Liquid pipe
• Lift the cover by applying gentle
pressure on both sides and lift it
upwards
• The filters will be visible
the length of connecting pipe (m)
Indoor unit
Most of the maintenance work on your air
c o n d i t i o n e r, d u r i n g w a r r a n t y a n d
subsequently under the maintenance
contract, will be handled by a trained
technician. However, there are some simple
maintenance jobs that you, as a user, should
carry out on your own.
• Pull out the filters
Closing valve
Outdoor unit
Gas pipe
Gas charging hole
Bottle’s valve of storage refrigerant
• Wash the filters under a tap until
they are clean
Bottle of storage refrigerant
n
Test
• Proceed leak test (with leak detector or soap water.) and inspect connecting
cables before test operation.
Test procedure: (Control by emergency operation switch or remote
controller) For detailed operation, see OPERATION OF AIR CONDITIONER
in the manual.
• Do not use detergents for cleaning
the filter.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING CHART
PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN
Do's (
Symptoms
)
Possible Causes
Suggested Remedy
• Seal all air gaps in the room
Unit does not start
• Choose the right temperature to avoid over cooling
• Ventilate the room regularly.
MCB has tripped
Reset MCB
Fuse has burnt
Replace fuse wire
Input voltage to the
stabiliser is below
acceptable range
If the input voltage to
the stabiliser is below
the acceptable range,
the AC will not operate
• Switch off the power supply if not in use for long.
• Unplug the unit while cleaning.
Don't's (
X)
• Don't leave the doors and windows open when the air conditioner is on.
• Don't use hot water to clean your front grill
The On/Off key is not
pressed
• Don't use scouring powder, harsh soaps, wax or polish on the grill.
• Don't switch on the air conditioner immediately after switching it off.
Wait for 2 minutes.
Units does not cool
(Even after the normal
Time Delay of approx.
2/3 minutes for
compressor to start)
• Don't operate with a clogged filter
• Don't block air intake & outlet vents
• Don't change setting unnecessarily.
Press the On/Off key
on the control panel or
the remote
The airflow paths are
not free
Remove all
obstructions to make
the airflow paths free
The Units is in the fan
mode
Change to COOL
mode
Selected temperature is
more than room
temperature
Make the selected
temperature less than
room temerature
Air-filter is not clea
Clean the air-filter
Note: If the unit still does not work, or if any other types of symptoms are encountered,
shut off the mains (switch fuse unit) and call the service engineer.
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INSTALLATION & SATISFACTION
REPORT
Customer Name :
Address
Phone[O]
[R]
Unit Model
Unit Serial Number
Dealer Name
Invoice Number
Date of Purchase
Date of Installation
MCB Rating
Current (Amps.)
Cable Size
Ambient Temp. ( OC)
Earthing
Room Temp. (OC)
Stabiliser
Grill Temp. (OC)
Input Voltage
Remote Operation
Customer's Response : To be filled up by the Customer
1. Installation completed within:
12hrs( ), 24 hrs( ) , 36 hrs ( ), more than 36 hrs ( )
2. How did you find the behavior of the Engineer :
Excellent ( J ), Good ( K ), Not satisfied ( L )
3. Overall rating of the service:
Excellent ( J ), Good ( K ), Not satisfied ( L )
4. Suggestion if any:
Job Number
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Engineer's Signature
Customer's Signature
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WARRANTY TERMS
AND CONDITIONS
M/S. MIRC ELECTRONICS LTD, WARRANTS THIS ONIDA AIR CONDITIONER[(except the front grill,
knobs, remote unit and add-on plastic parts) TO THE ORIGINAL PURCHASER TO BE FREE FROM
DEFECTS IN MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP WITHIN ONE YEAR FROM THE DATE OF PURCHASE
AS PROVIDED IN THE WARRANTY REGISTERATION CARD.
WARRANTY FOR COMPRESSOR:
MIRC ELCTRONICS LTD, HEREAFTER WARRANTS TO THE PURCHASER OF THIS ONIDA AIR
CONDITIONER THAT FOR A PERIOD OF SIXTY MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF INVOICE .
WE WILL REPAIR/REPLACE THE COMPRESSOR WHICH PROVES UPON INSPECTION BY US OR ANY
OF OUR AUTHORISED SALES DEALERS TO HAVE BEEN DEFECTIVE DUE TO MANUFACTURING
DEFECT.
This warranty is subject to terms and conditions as mentioned below:
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1.
This warranty shall be valid only for the said period of 12 months as specified above, irrespective of
whether the said unit has been in use or not for any reason whatsoever, or the unit is moved from one
location to another. Warranty does not cover accessories external to the equipment.
2.
The warranty period specified above shall include time taken for repairs, replacements, break-downs,
transit time etc. No notice of expiry period of warranty will be given by the company.
3.
This warranty shall stand automatically terminated in the event of the said unit being serviced,
repaired, installed, de-installed, re-installed or otherwise attended to by any person or organization or
agency or by the said purchaser himself other than the authorized representative of the company.
4.
Parts of the unit replaced or repaired under the terms of this warranty are warranted only for the
remaining period of the original warranty period.
5.
For attending any service call under this warranty beyond the municipal limits of the locality in which
the authorized representative/dealer is situated (outstation locations), all to and fro travelling and
other incidental expenses as prevailing from time to time incurred in connection with the visit of the
service personnel, technicians, etc shall be borne by the said purchaser and shall be payable in
advance. Additionally, all expenses incurred by the authorized representative /dealer in collecting the
said unit or any part thereof from such outstation locations and its return to the original location shall
be borne by the said purchaser.
6.
Any loss of refrigerant caused due to sabotage, improper handling or treatment , carelessness,
accident, fire, flood earthquake or any natural calamity any corrosive action on the original refrigerant
pipes, fittings, valves etc for whatever reasons, shall not be covered under this warranty.
7.
In the event of any change in the location of the unit during the warranty period, this warranty shall
become null and void unless the fact of the proposed change is communicated in writing to the
authorized dealer at least seven (7) days prior to the said change. On receipt of such information the
authorized dealer or any of its counterparts shall arrange for de-installation of the said unit on
chargeable basis. However, in the event of any damage occuring to the unit or to any of its parts during
the course of its transit by the said purchaser, repair or replacement, the said unit or any part thereof
damaged shall not be covered by this warranty.
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Customer Identification
Number:
8. It shall be the absolute discretion of the company to a) effect the repairs or replacement of parts
whether at the site of installation or at any service centre, and b) have the job attended to either by the
Company's service personnel or its authorised dealer
Preventive Maintenance Service 1
______________________
9. This warranty is in the nature of and for the purpose of set forth herein above and in particular the
Company shall not in any event be liable for direct, indirect, incidental or consequential loss or
damages to either the said purchaser and /or his property or any other third party.
10. The AC is designed to operate at a range (230V +/- 10%). Any failure due to operation of the machine
beyond these limits will not be covered by the above warranty.
Date: ________
Customer Identification Number: ___________________________________________
Unit Model: ___________
Name of the customer: ____________________________________________________
Sr. No: _______________
Installation address: ______________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
Name of Serviceman:
Customer shall ensure that a stabilizer is installed in those areas where voltage is not available within
the warranty range (230V +/- 10%). The stabilizer should be of any reputed manufacturer, tested and
recommended by the Company.
________________________________________________________________________
______________________
Phone: _________________ Mobile: __________________ Fax: ________________
Date: ______ Time: _____
E-mail: _________________________________________________________________
Unit model: ____________________________ Serial Number: __________________
11. The purchaser should preserve the original invoice for necessary verification and produce, as and
when required.
Service report number: ___________________________________________________
12. Warranty null and void if:
i.
Preventive Maintenance Service
Sign. of Serviceman
Customer's Signature: _______________________ Name: _______________________
The Air Conditioner is not purchased from the authorized dealers of the company.
ii. The Service Centre copy of warranty card is not received within 10days of date of purchase at the
nearest Authorised Service Centre.
iii. Any damage is caused by accident, mishandling, tampering with installation, or negligence in
following instructions of the user manual issued by Company.
iv. Any damage is caused by improper electrical circuit outside the unit or by any defective electrical
supply
Customer Identification
Number:
v. At any time, during the warranty period if any part of the unit is tampered with, altered, repaired or
serviced by any unauthorized person, not being the authorized representative of the company or
its authorized dealers
Preventive Maintenance Service
Preventive Maintenance Service 2
______________________
Date: ________
Customer Identification Number: ___________________________________________
vi. The serail number of the unit or any part thereof is damaged , defaced, altered, obliterated , or
tampered with or removal for any reason whatsoever
Unit Model: ___________
Name of the customer: ____________________________________________________
viii. The unit is unauthorisedly moved from its original place of installation or re-installation
Sr. No: _______________
Installation address: ______________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
13. None of the employees and /or Authorized Dealers of the Company have any authority whatsoever to
vary the terms and conditions of this warranty.
Name of Serviceman:
14. This warranty shall be deemed to have been issued at Mumbai, state of Maharashtra and courts at
Mumbai shall have exclusive jurisdiction on matters covered by or following from this warranty, and
the original purchaser alone shall have cause of action arising out of the transaction.
________________________________________________________________________
______________________
Phone: _________________ Mobile: __________________ Fax: ________________
Date: ______ Time: _____
E-mail: _________________________________________________________________
Unit model: ____________________________ Serial Number: __________________
Service report number: ___________________________________________________
Sign. of Serviceman
Customer's Signature: _______________________ Name: _______________________
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MIRC Electronics Limited
Warranty Card
Serial No.
Customer Copy
Customer Details
Title:
Mr
Ms
Mrs
M/s
Name:
Residence Address:
Dist:
Pin:
State:
Occupation:
Tel:(_____)
Res(:_____)
Code
Fax:
Code
Mobile No:
Email:
Product Details
Please Tick The Appropriate Product
Colour TV
Microwave Oven
B&W TV
DVD
Washing M/C.
AC
Plasma TV
Rear Projection TV
LCD TV
Dealer’s Name & Address
Model No:
Serial No
Please Refer Sticker On Back Cover Of Your Product
Purchase Date
Day
Month
Year
Signature
Bill No.
I Accept The Terms And Conditions of The Warranty
Customer Signature
Thank you for selecting a World Class product and we assure you that it will perform as per your expectations
We thank you for taking your time to complete this form. All Information Provided by You will be Kept Confidential.
(Please Fill In, Tear off, Fold and Mail this form to Reach us within 10 days of the Product Purchase.)
We welcome your Valuable Suggestions, if any, to Improve our Products and Services :
FOR OFFICE USE ONLY
Customer Code:
Branch:
Mirc Electronics Ltd.
Note: Company Will Not Be Responsible For The Loss Of This Form During Transit.
For Other Details on Our Products & Services Log On To www.onida.com
MIRC Electronics Limited
Warranty Card
Serial No.
Service Centre Copy
Customer Details
Title:
Mr
Ms
Mrs
M/s
Name:
Residence Address:
Dist:
Pin:
State:
Occupation:
Tel:(_____)
Res(:_____)
Code
Fax:
Code
Mobile No:
Email:
Product Details
Please Tick The Appropriate Product
Colour TV
Microwave Oven
B&W TV
DVD
Washing M/C.
AC
Plasma TV
Rear Projection TV
LCD TV
Dealer’s Name & Address
Model No:
Serial No
Please Refer Sticker On Back Cover Of Your Product
Purchase Date
Day
Month
Year
Signature
Bill No.
I Accept The Terms And Conditions of The Warranty
Customer Signature
Thank you for selecting a World Class product and we assure you that it will perform as per your expectations
We thank you for taking your time to complete this form. All Information Provided by You will be Kept Confidential.
(Please Fill In, Tear off, Fold and Mail this form to Reach us within 10 days of the Product Purchase.)
We welcome your Valuable Suggestions, if any, to Improve our Products and Services :
FOR OFFICE USE ONLY
Customer Code:
Branch:
Mirc Electronics Ltd.
Note: Company Will Not Be Responsible For The Loss Of This Form During Transit.
For Other Details on Our Products & Services Log On To www.onida.com
LIST OF SERVICE CENTER
No.S IN INDIA
BUSINESS REPLY ENVELOPE
ONIDA CUSTOMER RELATION CENTRE
Adonis Electronics Pvt Ltd.
Onida House - II Mukund Ground Floor,
Mahal Industrial Estate, off. Mahakali Caves
Road, Andheri East, Mumbai, Maharashtra,
India - 400093
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